Power Plus Communications

Power Plus Communications

Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Team size: 51 - 200

Sector: Energy

About Power Plus Communications


Founders: Eugen Mayer, Ingo Schönberg

Founded date: 2001

Connect: ppc-ag.de

Company revenue: US$ 10 - 50 million

Investors: British Gas, Climate Change Capital, Next47, Siemens Financial Services

Company stage: Other

Power Plus Communications is a leading provider of data communications systems for Smart Metering and Smart Grids, and a pioneer in Broadband Powerline (BPL) communications. Both Managing Directors Ingo Schönberg (CEO) and Eugen Mayer (COO) have led the company since its foundation in 2001. PPC currently employs around 60 people. PPC is located in Mannheim, Germany, in a region famous for its tradition of innovation, home to world leaders in the automotive, software and energy industries. Their central location offers direct connection to many European cities and their close proximity to Frankfurt provides easy access for visitors to their Smart Grid Demo Centre. PPC’s Broadband Powerline technology provides DNOs and utilities with a powerful communications solution enabling Smart Metering and Smart Grids. Their open, standards-based BPL communications technology uses the existing electricity grid itself for broadband data transfer, in real-time, encrypted and Internet Protocol based.

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